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Bastyr University

Associate Professor- Department of Public Health. Instructional duties and responsibilities include teaching public health and/or community health education courses and mentoring students on practice experiences and projects. Other responsibilities include work to support professional accreditation (CEPH), scholarship, and university and community service. Candidates must have a doctoral degree in public health or a related discipline or a combination of a clinical degree and an MPH. Candidates must have demonstrated excellence in teaching public health, community health education or related courses at the graduate level for a minimum of five years. Candidates who have a combination of teaching and experience working in a public health setting will also be considered. Interested persons should refer to job #18-062 when submitting a letter of interest, curriculum vita, description of teaching philosophy and experience, plus three references with contact information to jobs@bastyr.edu.  Learn more and apply here Salary: Salary and ranking are dependent on experience. Preference will be given to candidates previously ranked as a faculty member at a regionally accredited institution.. Closing date: 10/15/2018. Posting date: 08/27/2018.

Clark County

Environmental Public Health Program Manager II. The Program Manager II is responsible for managing services and staff within Environmental Public Health (EPH). The programs and services under this position include food safety, school health & safety, and water recreation. Other EPH programs or services may also fall under the auspices of this position at the direction of the Environmental Health Director. Organizational responsibilities include understanding and promoting the public health mission of the department; providing courteous, respectful, efficient customer service to all Public Health Department clients; honoring diversity of all department employees and constituents; participating in health department training; and striving for personal excellence in public health work. This position reports to the Environmental Health Director. Participation in Duty Officer 24/7 on-call is a requirement for the position and this may involve evenings and/or weekends. Salary: TBD. Closing date: 08/16/2018. Posting date: 07/16/2018.

Cowlitz County Health & Human Services

Local Emergency Response Coordinator (LERC). Applications are being accepted for a full time Local Emergency Response Coordinator. This position develops and maintains the public health emergency preparedness and response plan(s). This work is conducted in coordination with other local, state, regional and federal agencies, as well as community partners and task forces. The LERC also works on developing and executing drills, functional exercises, tabletop exercises, and full scale exercises to test agency emergency response plans and agency capabilities for emergency response. This position may be related to special grant funding. Learn more and apply hereSalary: $45,528 to $60,720/year depending on experience. Posting Date: 2/11/2018.

Public Health Nurse. Applications are being accepted for a full time Public Health Nurse. This position provides population-based public health nursing services to individuals, communities, and systems, largely in unsupervised settings. Makes appropriate nursing diagnosis; plans and implements nursing interventions and evaluates outcomes of interventions in individuals, communities and systems. Learn more and apply hereSalary: $45,384 to $67,524/year depending on experience. Posting Date: 2/11/2018.

Jefferson County Public Health

Community Health Director. The Community Health Director oversees programs and services including • Clinical Services: Family Planning and School Based Health Clinics • Chronic Disease Prevention • Infectious Diseases, Immunizations and Syringe Exchange • Family Health: Maternal Child Health and Women, Infants, and Children Nutrition • Foot Care Primary Responsibilities: Clinical Services (Stabilize revenues, Improve work processes, Review and revise policies); Establish Routine Employee Reviews (Enhance morale, Build systems); Quality Improvement (Division performance measures, Data gathering and analysis, Reporting) To be considered, apply here and download the Jefferson County Employment Application and full job description. Include application, resume and cover letter expressing your passion for Public Health and fit for this role. Return it by Email: jeffbocc@co.jefferson.wa.us; Fax: 360-385-9382; Mail: Jefferson County Commissioners’ Office; PO Box 1220, Port Townsend, WA 98368; or In Person: Same address as mail. Open until filled (first review 06/29/18). ADA/EOE.  Salary: $5,742-$6,091/DOE, with benefits. Posting Date: 6/04/2018.

Klickitat County Health Department

Nurse Practitioner. Provides nursing care in all clinical and program areas including immunizations, sexually transmitted disease, family planning, prenatal, communicable disease and adult health. Positions of this class provides medical care, performs comprehensive medical exams, limited minor surgical procedures, consultation, advice on patient problems as well as direction on program and procedural matters to Public Health Nurses. ESSENTIAL DUTIES: •Performs comprehensive client centered examinations including medical history, physical examination, drawing blood and obtaining specimens needed for cultures, performing and interpreting lab tests, charting results on the patient’s record and diagnosing the patient’s condition. •Writes prescriptions or administers medication, and instructs the patient on proper usage. •Takes the medical histories, performs physical examinations, obtains specimens and performs lab tests, according to current care standards and established protocols and counsels the patient on available birth control methods and their potential side effects. Performs pregnancy testing as appropriate. Schedules follow-up appointments or makes medical referrals as needed. Learn more and apply hereSalary: $52.50/HR, Casual position providing 32 to 68 hours a month. Posting Date: 3/5/2018.

Lane County

WIC Supervisor. We are seeking a full-time supervisor for the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants & Children program (WIC). WIC is Lane County’s largest Public Health program, with a staff of 17 and caseload of approximately 7,225 participants per month, serving approximately 40% of pregnant women in the county. For over 30 years, WIC has been expertly led by Connie Sullivan who is retiring at the end of August. Under Connie’s leadership, WIC has developed close collaborations with community partners and with other sections in Public Health, especially the Maternal and Child Health Section. In addition to traditional WIC services, Lane County WIC also includes an innovative tobacco cessation project for pregnant women (QTiP) and hosts a dental program that provides preventative services at no cost for children in families that receive WIC. We are seeking a leader with great organizational, problem solving, and interpersonal skills who is able to prioritize in a complex environment. The WIC Supervisor is a key member of the Public Health leadership team and should be grounded in the practice of local public health or be enthusiastic about learning about public health. Salary: $58,344 – $87,526 annually. Closing Date: 08/13/2018. Posting Date: 08/06/2018

 

North Central Educational Service Districts

School Nurse Case Manager for Omak and Brewster School DistrictsThis position is a rare opportunity to join an exciting team. The regional Educational Service District 171 (ESD 171) is seeking a dynamic team player interested in making an impact in the lives of staff and students as the School Nurse Case Manager for Brewster and Omak School Districts. The School Nurse Case Manager, under the oversight of the NCESD School Nurse Corps Coordinator, implements, manages, and delivers nurse case management services in assigned schools. Law, regulation and professional school nursing standards define the Case Management scope of practice. Position involves both independent and team work activities. 70 days a year exempt position. Learn more and apply hereClosing date: 05/01/2018. Posting Date: 4/2/2018.

Public Health- Seattle & King County

Public Health Veterinarian (Zoonotic & Emerging Diseases Program Lead SME) Open for applications through 11:59 pm on June 22, 2018 The CD IMMS Section is looking for a Veterinarian to serve as the Subject Matter Expert/Program Lead of Zoonotic and Emerging Diseases. This full time, Career Service position directs and oversees communicable disease surveillance; case and outbreak investigation; response, prevention, and preparedness activities related to zoonotic, arboviral, and emerging infectious disease in humans. The Zoonotic and Emerging Diseases Program Lead (SME) also coordinates and supports animal surveillance, case/outbreak investigation, response and prevention activities with the Department's Public Health Veterinarian. The SME will also supervise other professionals. Work Schedule: 40 hours a week. Participates in after-hours and weekend call coverage approximately 6-8 weeks per year. Please Note: Emailed interest, resumes, and/or cover letters are not accepted in lieu of a completed job application. For more details or to apply, click hereSalary: $110,356.48 - $139,883.55 Annually. Closing date: 06/22/2018. Posting Date: 6/18/2018.


Spokane Regional Health District

Project Manager. Purpose: This position will facilitate, manage and align several diverse community and agency groups undertaking health impact initiatives. The work will include leading group processes to develop charters, work plans, performance dashboards, and accompanying materials. Position will have high autonomy, providing leadership and management skills and acting as liaison between agencies by addressing systemic issues which promotes a collective impact. Position will work with city and county officials, agency senior management, and other executives. Minimum Qualifications: •Bachelor's degree in community health, public health, social work, or other related field. Required Experience: •Four (4) years of experience managing groups and projects preferably related to public health Required Licensures/Certifications: •Project Management certification preferred. Salary: $4,911.77-$6,268.81/monthly not including longevity. Starting is usually $4,911.77. Closing Date: 08/31/2018. Posting Date: 08/27/2018.
Healthcare Coalition Planning Coordinator. This is project position is part of a multi-year initiative that is currently funded through 6/30/2019, with grant expected to be renewed. Purpose: This position will serve as the planning coordinator & plan developer for the Healthcare Coalition of Eastern WA. Activities will include coordinating the development of preparedness & response planning needs, & engaging key stakeholders in the planning process with the goal of an effective & coordinated response among the healthcare system partners. Min. Quals: •BA's degree in a field related to the individual position. (i.e. Planning, Emergency Mgmt., Healthcare, Public Health, etc.) Required: •3 years of directly related experience in program planning, quality improvement, stakeholder engagement, health care systems, emergency mgmt., etc. Required Licensure: •Must have valid motor vehicle license or the ability to access multiple sites in a timely manner across all Eastern WA. To view a complete job description, and to apply, click here. Salary: $4,029.36-$5142.60/mo. not including longevity. Starting is $4,029.36. Posting Date: 08/06/2018.
Treatment Services Division Director. Develops, implements and directs the operation of the agency’s licensed and certified behavioral health treatment services including: all administrative matters, individual care services and meeting all applicable laws, rules, policies, and ethical standards. The work scope of this position includes director responsibilities, fiscal duties, management and physician supervision, and community linkage responsibilities. Serves as a member of the Spokane Regional Health District’s Executive Management Team and the Public Health Emergency Preparedness and Response (PHEPR) Team. Minimum Quals: Master’s involving major study in public health, public admin., or a related field appropriate for the Division. A Bachelor’s w/6 yrs of health management exp. as described below may be substituted for the Master’s. Required: 5 yrs FT exp. management/supervision of alcohol/drug treatment program utilizing group therapy processes or management exp. in public health or in a mid- to large-sized professional health agency, including supervisory responsibility for varied technical and administrative staff. Required Certification: Current Chemical Dependency Professional Certification in the State of Washington or ability to obtain Washington State certification within 4 months. Applicants credentialed in another state can be certified in Washington State without taking the required exam if the other state's credentialing standards are equivalent to those in Washington State. Click here for more information Salary: $5,870.02-$9,106.34 mo. Starting is usually $5,870.02 Closing Date: 08/09/2018.  Posting Date: 07/30/2018.
 
Public Health Nurse 1. For a complete job description and to apply, click here  Monday - Friday 5:15am - 1:45pm, with rotational Saturday 5:45am - 11:00am/Sunday 9:00am - 11:00am. The dispensing nurse will be responsible for the daily dispensing of medication as directed by the Medical Director, Clinical Manager, or Administrator. The dispensing nurse will follow the essential functions and basic duties of the clinic and will participate in the weekly staffing for the care and function of the OTP patient. Backup for Tuberculosis program as needed. Minimum Qualifications: AA/AAS, Diploma or B.S.N Required Experience: Graduation from accredited professional school of nursing. Desired Education, Experience and Skills: Previous experience with substance abuse patients helpful. Experience working with diverse populations. Ability to work flexible hours. Ability to communicate and interact with other medical professionals regarding patient’s involvement on Methadone or Buprenorphine/Naloxone program and interaction with other prescribed medications. Required Licenses/Certifications: Current Washington State Registered Nurse Credential This position is represented by WSNA. Salary:$4180.70-$5444.36/monthly not including longevity. Starting is $4180.70. Closing date: 09/30/2018. Posting date: 07/16/2018. 

Psychiatrist - Part Time.
 Purpose: -The responsibilities include oversight for all aspects of medical care administered to individuals while being treated for opioid dependency under the direction of the Medical Director; -Admit and discharge individuals; -Develop or approve all medical protocols; -Recommend innovative medical program developments and implement where applicable, reasonable and clinically sound using current best practice protocols. -Provide Individuals evaluation of and prescription for opioid addition; adjust appropriate opioid replacement medications as indicated (Methadone, Buprenorphine, Buprenorphine and Naloxone or Naltrexone) and complete associated documentation. -The Treatment Services Physician is a key member of the Treatment Team of SRHD Treatment Services. -Major functions include the medical oversight of treatment planning and care delivery for opioid addiction and mental health services. -The goals and objectives of the position are focused on ensuring an efficient system by which quality of health standards are guaranteed to all patients by providers. For more information visit our websiteSalary: $111.11-$148.90/hr. Starting is usually $111.11 hourly. Closing date: 6/29/2018. Posting Date: 5/29/2018.

Valley Medical Center

Director, Ambulatory Quality and Safety. This is an exciting opportunity for the qualified candidate to lead the implementation of quality, safety and process improvement initiatives for Valley Medical Center's Ambulatory Services. The incumbent is responsible for direction and management of the following functions organized under the Clinic Network: 1) patient safety; 2) clinical quality management and performance improvement and 3) medical staff quality management and performance improvement. This position reports to the Vice President of Clinic Operations and works collaboratively with the Chief Quality Officer. Closing date: 07/31/2018. Posting date: 7/02/2018.

 

Washington County Oregon

Emergency Management Services/Public Health Emergency Preparedness (EMS/PHEP) Program Supervisor
Do you have a passion for leading diverse teams and public service? If so, Come Lead with Us by joining the County’s Health and Human Services Department as a Public Health Program Supervisor! Washington County's Health and Human Services Division is recruiting for an Emergency Management Services/Public Health Emergency Preparedness (EMS/PHEP) Program Supervisor. In this position you will be planning, organizing, supervising, and coordinating the work of staff involved in services providing public health focused on EMS (Emergency Medical Services) systems and in PH (Public Health) Emergency Preparedness and response activities. As the Public Health Program Supervisor you’re tasked with leading and managing the EMS systems and programs to ensure successful EMS response daily and during extraordinary events and emergencies. The EMS/PHEP supervisor functions as the lead coordinator for PH emergency planning and response engagement with the Washington County Emergency Management program. Join us today! Salary: $7,183.134 - $8,727.69 monthly. Posting Date: 08/19/2018.

Washington State Department of Health. 

Public Health Data Exchange Program Coordinator. Reporting to the State Health Officer, the Public Health Data Exchange Program Coordinator works with the informatics team in the Office of the Secretary to coordinate all the work occurring throughout the agency around electronically exchanging data with external partners. Electronically exchanging data with partners is critical to ensuring the department will be able to do our work efficiently and effectively in the future. This work includes accepting, validating, and processing electronic data so it can be loaded into existing data systems. It also includes extracting data from existing data systems in the department, converting these data to HL-7 messages and transmitting it to outside partners. Currently, the department is working to accept immunization, laboratory, syndromic surveillance, cancer, prescription monitoring and case record data from external partners and transmit some of these data back to partners. Salary: $76,092 - $102,348 DOQ. Closing Date: 08/30/2018.  Posting Date: 08/19/2018.

Director of Policy. This position reports directly to the secretary of health as part of the agency's executive team and also serves as the deputy director of the Center for Public Affairs (C4PA). This role helps direct and oversees policy, legislative, and constituent relations with primary responsibility for the department's policy, legislative, regulatory, economic analysis, and congressional and constituent relations programs. Application review begins June 20, 2018. Salary: Salary $78,504 - $135,264 annually. Closing date: 7/04/2018.  Posting date: 6/11/2018.

Washington State University, Health & Wellness Services

Health Educator Coordinator. Full-time 12-month position at Washington State University through Health & Wellness Services. The Health Educator Coordinator will implement evidence-informed programs and interventions to support the mental, emotional, and physical health of students on the WSU campus. The Primary responsibilities will focus on emotional and mental health promotion and suicide prevention initiatives. Additional responsibilities will include support and coordination of general health promotion programs. Candidates must have excellent interpersonal communication, public speaking, and group facilitation skills to be considered for the position. Knowledge of mental and emotional health concerns of college students and in early adulthood, as well as experience in related fields of Health Promotion will be advantageous for this candidate. To apply and to review a complete list of position requirements, for the Health Educator Coordinator position please visit here. WSU is an EO/AA Educator and EmployerClosing date: 4/12/2018Posting Date: 4/2/2018.

Washington State University, Cougar Health Services

Health Education Coordinator Lead. Full-time 12-month position at Washington State University through Cougar Health Services (formerly Health and Wellness Services). Position responsibilities include supervision of the health education team of five full-time employees and provision of administrative support across the Health Promotion unit in fiscal management, personnel, facilities and equipment, and policy. The health education team supports the success and personal development of students with universal and selected interventions focused at the individual-level. The Health Education Coordinator Lead will collaborate across the Health Promotion unit and within our campus community to incorporate our health education efforts into broader health promotion strategies. Candidates must have a strong commitment to access and inclusivity, excellent interpersonal communication, public speaking or group facilitation experience, and supervisory experience to be considered for the position. To apply and to review a complete list of position requirements, for the Health Education Coordinator Lead position please visit here. WSU is an EO/AA Educator and Employer. Closing date: none. Posting Date: 5/20/2018.

Community Engagement Specialist. Cougar Health Services at Washington State University is seeking a full-time community engagement specialist to join the Health Promotion team. Reporting to the associate director of health promotion, the community engagement specialist will lead development of stakeholder engagement strategies; build capacity within the health promotion team to effectively engage with stakeholders; and manage mHealth, eHealth, and other communications-based and technology-based health interventions. The ideal candidate will have strong strategic communication skills; demonstrated excellence in written communication for varying formats and purposes; knowledge of health communication; a willingness to engage with technology; and basic visual design skills. For questions, please contact Paula Adams at padams@wsu.edu. For more information visit our website. WSU is an EO/AA Educator and Employer. Closing date: none. Posting Date: 5/29/2018.

Whatcom County

Public Health Nurse Supervisor. We are seeking a proven nurse leader to oversee the Prevention and Screening team at the Communicable Disease and Epidemiology Division of the Whatcom County Health Department. This position supervises professional staff in the Communicable Disease Division. KEY DUTIES INCLUDE: Assists in planning, development of the budget, work schedules and staffing levels Plans and oversees details of activities including workloads, schedules and coordinating with others to ensure timely completion of work Implements cost effective measures and uses resources and technology to increase productivity Secures, monitors and assures compliance with grants and contracts and prepares program reports as needed. Monitors, investigates and analyzes program and client statistics, community needs and program initiatives and assists in developing recommendations. Provides direct service to clients when necessary Maintains knowledge of current research, legislation, state regulations and Centers for Disease Control recommendations related to areas of assignments Training, supervising and evaluating assigned staff. Salary: $34.60 - $46.82 per hour. Closing date: 10/13/2018.  Posting date: 07/16/2018.

 

Environmental Health Specialist I or II. Whatcom County is hiring an Environmental Health Specialist I or II (DOQ) with an initial assignment in the On-site Sewage program. Duties include: •Performs complex environmental health work in the office and field, conducting inspections, complaint investigations, and collecting samples. •Answers questions pertaining to departmental functions and technical matters and provides technical assistance and information as authorized. •Balances team and individual responsibilities with minimal supervision and within scope of certification and established guidelines. •Provides necessary information for the progress and completion of projects. Complies with legal standards and requirements and works under limited supervision. Salary: $25.42 - $37.63 per hour. Closing date: 06/14/2018. 

 

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